What parking permits are available?

  • Season tickets - these can be used Monday to Saturday in specified car parks in Huntingdon/Godmanchester, St Ives and St Neots.

  • Blue badge holder parking permit – you can apply for this permit if you have a blue badge. These permits can be used Monday to Saturday in specified car parks in Huntingdon/Godmanchester, St Ives and St Neots.

View more information about parking permits in Huntingdonshire.

Am I eligible for a resident season ticket?

You can apply for a resident on-street parking permit or Huntingdon Town Resident Season Ticket if you live within the red-shaded area of the map below:

To qualify for a resident season ticket your home must:

  • have been built before 31 March 1998
  • not have had any vehicle parking facility in the past
  • adjoin a road that has on-street parking restrictions.

Please note:

  • a permit does not guarantee a parking space
  • only one resident season ticket is available per eligible household.

If you are a resident of St Ives and St Neots, please apply for a Huntingdonshire District Season Ticket as this will allow you to park in a greater number of car parks.

How do I apply?

Fill in the application form and pay the applicable fee:

Apply for a Blue Badge Permit, Huntingdon Town or Huntingdonshire District Season Ticket
Apply for a Resident On-Street Parking Permit

You can add additional vehicles (up to a maximum of 4) to season ticket and resident season ticket permits. Please complete and submit the form below along with your application.

Add Additional Vehicle(s)

Proof of vehicle ownership

When you apply for a permit or to add an additional vehicle to your permit, you will need to provide proof that you own or have official use of the vehicle. We will accept the following:

  • vehicle registration certificate (DVLA form V5C) 
  • new keeper supplement (DVLA form V5C/2) - we will accept these up to four weeks after issue. After this time the DVLA should have issued you with a new V5C vehicle registration certificate
  • a signed and dated letter from the authorised owner (less than four weeks old) together with a photocopy of the vehicle registration certificate (DVLA form V5C) showing the details of the owner.

Applications can be made in person at the customer services centres in Huntingdon or St Neots or posted to:

Parking Permits
Huntingdonshire District Council
Customer Service Centre
Pathfinder House
St Mary’s Street
Huntingdon
PE29 3TN

How much does a permit cost?

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Type of Permit Period Cost
Blue Badge Parking Permit   12 months (Monday to Saturday)  £30
Huntingdon Town Resident Season Ticket Permit 6 months (daily)
12 months (daily)
£155
£300
Huntingdonshire District Season Ticket 6 months (Monday to Saturday)
12 months (Monday to Saturday)
£155
£300
Resident On-Street Parking Permit 12 months (Monday to Saturday, 8am to 6pm)  £26

The charge is halved for vehicles with emissions of 100g/km CO2 or less for all permits except the resident on-street parking permit.

View more information about parking permits in Huntingdonshire.

How do I make a change to my season/resident parking permit?

You must let us know if you change your address or vehicle or you wish to add an additional vehicle. Please complete and return the season/resident parking permit changes form. There is an administration fee of £5 for changes to permits.

Can I get a refund if I cancel my season/resident parking permit?

Refunds are given for season tickets and resident season ticket permits. Refunds will be given for any whole, unexpired months, minus a £5 administration charge.

Requests for a refund must be made in writing and sent, along with your permit, to:

Operations Division
Huntingdonshire District Council
Pathfinder House
St Mary’s Street
Huntingdon
PE29 3TN